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FONC Calendar 2014
February 7th Meeting March 7th Meeting April 4th Meeting May 9th Meeting June 6th Meeting July 4th Meeting August 1st Meeting September 5th Meeting October 3rd Meeting November 7th Meeting December 5th AGM
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Category Archives: Meeting Reports
A New Year and many exciting events and opportunities need planning in this 850th anniversary year of the trial of Thomas Becket at the Castle. It is full steam ahead for this small busy working group of volunteers.
The following is an edited version of the Annual Report delivered at our first AGM on the 6th December by our chairperson Dr. Marie Dickie OBE. 2013 was a very good year. The year included FONC providing a slick and … Continue reading
Although events for this year have come to an end, there is still much to do for this busy working group of volunteers.
The drafting of a constitution for our group was the main item for discussion at this month’s meeting.
Real treat for FONC members at this month’s meeting with Tim Upson Smith of Northampton Archaeology talking about the recent Castle Station dig. Castle Station Dig
The big exciting news this month is that FONC’s idea and proposal for a Heritage Gateway is very near to becoming a reality as part of the official plan for Northampton’s future. Marie commenced the meeting with a warm welcome … Continue reading
Top of the agenda this month is how to secure funding for the many exciting and ambitious projects connected with our Northampton Heritage Gateway proposal and celebrations for the 850th anniversary of the Becket trial.
With exciting finds at the Castle Station Dig and events to plan for, it is never a dull moment for this busy group. But first, a big welcome to our youngest and cutest member Jack; who was born earlier this … Continue reading
Our small working group’s diary for the spring and summer is filling up. As well as our own Big Dig event, FONC has been invited to take part in a number of events being held around the town. Therefore members, … Continue reading